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Hill+Knowlton Strategies hands dual role to new Hong Kong MD Nan Dong

FTI Consulting Hong Kong managing director Nan Dong will take a dual role when she joins Hill+Knowlton Strategies later this month.

The announcement:

Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) today announces the appointment of Nan Dong in the dual roles of Managing Director, Hong Kong, and Financial Communications Practice Director, China, effective September 28, 2018.

Ms. Dong brings to H+K more than 20 years of experience in capital market communications, corporate communications and reputation and crisis management. She was most recently Managing Director at FTI Consulting Hong Kong and has held senior positions in a number of local and global PR and IR agencies.

“We are delighted that Nan is joining H+K as our new Managing Director of Hong Kong,” said Vivian Lines, Chairman of H+K Asia Pacific. “She brings a wealth of communications and leadership experience and we are confident that her deep knowledge, paired with her proven ability to drive growth, will help us achieve our ambitions for the business in Hong Kong, as well as expanding FinComms across our China operations.”

Ms. Dong has deep experience advising both renowned Chinese and foreign enterprises from a wide spectrum of industries covering banking, property, TMT, pharmaceutical, online gaming, energy and resources, aviation and logistics. Ms Dong was born in China and is a native Mandarin speaker who is also fluent in English and Cantonese.

“I am looking forward to leading the H+K Hong Kong team as well as building on the strong legacy that H+K has established in financial communications to further develop our FinComms practice across China”, said Ms. Dong. “I am confident in the future of our business and believe that we have the potential to bring more value-added services to our clients and drive our performance to new heights.”

Source: Hill+Knowlton Strategies press release

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